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Degree: Theatre Literature, History and Criticism
Graduation Year: 2019

This school grossly neglected and abused it's graduate acting students. Over the last year and a half, the grad class missed about 150 hours of instruction that they paid for due to several preseason including; incompetent leadership, poor quality of instruction from tenured faculty, insufficient number of faculty members, and overall abusive ego from the entrenched leaders the entire College of Fine Arts; from the dean, to the department chair, to the head of the acting program. This school took my money and did not deliver on its promises. When confronted, they stopped teaching. Somebody needs to investigate this issue.

1 out of 5
Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2015

As an alumni I can tell you UNLV is overpriced and not worth it. CSN gives you the same education for half the price. More than anything UNLV constantly shows lack of care for students needs to the smallest details of refusing to print off 1 piece of paper in the library when you don't have your card. They use every way to make money off you from parking to general living. It's a typical Vegas, business where they see you as $ signs only and not students. Can't forget its right next to a bad area of town and students are harassed by the homeless. Go to CSN if you're local, if your out of town, your future will be much better severed at a real college.

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